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Kenyatta Pledges Overall Economic Transformation

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On his part, Education Cabinet Secretary Prof. Jacob Kaimenyi outlined the progress his ministry has made in the integration of ICT in the education curriculum, especially implementation of the Laptop Project.


Labour Cabinet Secretary Kazungu Kambi highlighted the implementation of the reloaded Cash Transfer Programme for the less privileged in the society and his ministry’s target to facilitate industrial attachment to 13,500 trainees from public and private training institutions.


Transport and Infrastructure Cabinet Secretary Eng. Michael Kamau presented an overview of the priority infrastructural projects –roads, airports, aviation safety and security, ports, maritime safety, railways and road safety –that his ministry will implement this year.


Other Cabinet Secretaries who made their presentations were Joseph Ole Lenku of Interior and Coordination of National Government, James Macharia of Health, Henry Rotich of National Treasury, Adan Mohammed of Industrialization, Felix Koskei of Agriculture, Phyllis Kandie of East African Affairs, Commerce and Tourism, Charity Ngilu of Lands, Amina Mohamed of Foreign Affairs and Dr. Hassan Wario Arero of the Ministry of Sports, Culture and the Arts.


President Uhuru Kenyatta said by the time the retreat is over, the Ministries must have a clear picture of what they need to do to transform the lives of Kenyans.

He said the Ministries have to focus their projects in fulfilling the promises the Jubilee Government made to the electorate.


Deputy President William Ruto said Ministries must ensure they set realistic objectives that are achievable within the allocated resources and timeframe.

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